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Toukiden The Age of Demons

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Overall 7
6.5

Toukiden: The Age of Demons

Destructoid
31 March 2014
  • Summary: Originality is a pretty hard thing to come by, and ideas don't just materialize out of thin air. They're a patchwork of experiences lifted from our surroundings, filtered, and diffused back out into the world. Many of us hide the stitching of our subliminal thievery, as we pull together material and create pastiches that are uniquely our own. Some openly celebrate their influences.
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Expert Review

GamingNexus
20 March 2014
  • Conclusion: There's a few things here that make Toukiden: Age of Demons worth checking out. Whether or not you'll want to stick around depends on whether or not you need to scratch that Monster Hunter itch. If you do, bring some friends; it'll make the experience a lot better.
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Toukiden: The Age of Demons (PS Vita) Review

Cubed³
16 March 2014

Great seasoning, but short on steak

GameCritics.com
12 March 2014
  • Conclusion: How can Hatsuho possibly walk in those shoes?
  • Pros: Fixes some issues that Monster Hunter fails to address.
  • Cons: Not nearly enough variety in all aspects.
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Overall 8
7.5

Toukiden: The Age of Demons (PSV) - Review

VGChartz
11 March 2014
  • Excerpt: Toukiden: The Age of Demons is a hunter game with a strong focus on co-op multiplayer. It's steeped in Japanese lore and uncompromisingly Japanese in everything from its presentation to its gameplay design. It is not the type of game that has wide appeal, but for the patient gamer accustomed to hacking and slashing with oversized swords it can be a real treat.
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Overall 6
6.0

Toukiden: The Age of Demons Review – PlayStation Vita

Game Chronicles
3 March 2014
  • Excerpt: Toukiden is an entirely new IP from Omega Force, the developers behind the long-storied Dynasty Warriors franchise.  Equally loved and hated for its repetitive (i.e. nonstop) hack and slash gameplay, Dynasty Warriors has managed to become a cornerstone in the gaming industry for nearly a decade and a half. With Toukiden, Omega Force aims to improve on the Dynasty Warriors gameplay by adding an new element of gameplay; monster collection.
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Review: Toukiden: The Age of Demons (Sony Playstation Vita)

Diehard GameFAN
28 February 2014
  • Summary: : Toukiden: The Age of Demons is something of a “ Monster Hunter for people who hate Monster Hunter ” experience, as it simplifies the mechanics of the genre and tacks on some novelty and plot to give newcomers a helping hand and diehards fun toys to use, at the cost of some variety along the way.
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Overall 10
9.6

Toukiden: The Age of Demons

Playstation Illustrated
27 February 2014
  • Excerpt: Toukiden: The Age of Demons is a new action RPG available for the PSVita. When you first start up the game, you will have to create your character. You can really customize your character. You can choose from male or female first, then you’ve got 20 different hair styles, 20 voices, and a complete range of colors for hair color. Once you have set your character, you can still change their hair style in their home and you can choose whether or not to show their headgear.
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Overall 8
8.0

Toukiden: The Age of Demons Review: Monster Hunter's Japanese myth-inspired cousin

GameZone
26 February 2014
  • Excerpt: There was a time when Monster Hunter was king of. . .well, monster hunting. In the recent years, we've been treated with games like Gods Eater Burst , Lords of Arcana , and Ragnarok Odyssey. Even Soul Sacrifice offered a take on the monster hunting genre, and each game had its own unique twists. You can now add Toukiden to that list, and it just so happens to be one of the better examples of the genre.
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Toukiden Review: Monster Hunter on Easy Mode

TechnologyTell
26 February 2014
  • Excerpt: In the absence of official Monster Hunter Vita games, other companies have been stepping up over the handheld’s two year lifespan. Marvelous AQL put out Ragnarok Odyssey close to the system’s launch. Keiji Inafune created Soul Sacrifice . Bandai Namco put out God Eater 2 , and Sega has been working on Phantasy Star Nova .
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